HAI's new Surveillance product line will be demonstrated at HAI's Booth 18120 at the ISC Show. HAI (Home Automation, Inc.) is now shipping a new line of Surveillance products, including a Network Digital Video Recorder (NDVR) and two high resolution cameras, along with various accessories. HAI's NDVR has 4-channels and can be installed stand-alone to view video via its embedded web server or used in conjunction with an HAI home control system where cameras can be viewed on HAI's family of Touchscreens, over the Internet, or Smartphone. For more information please visit www.homeauto.com or call 800-229-7256.
AES-IntelliNet introduces a new Full Data Module (AES 7090 VoIP-TAP) at the ISC West booth #9056. This new product was created to address problems the security industry has experienced over the past several years. They include the rise of VoIP, the demise of plain old telephone services (POTS) and the technology standards obsolescence with cellular communications. The VoIP-TAP is designed to enroll seamlessly to the AES-IntelliNet mesh alarm communications networks. For more information, visit www.aes-intellinet.com.
Discussing and demonstrating the issuance, personalization and use of dual-interface FIPS 201 Personal Identity Verification (PIV) cards is the focus of the Smart Card Alliance’s presence at ISC West booth #26148 “The past three years have been years of tremendous change for the federal government, in terms of moving to a common credential – the PIV card – for both physical access control and information security,” said Randy Vanderhoof, executive director of the Smart Card Alliance. “The Alliance Physical Access Council is providing extensive resources, including multiple demonstrations, at ISC West that can guide attendees through their own FIPS 201 implementations.” Smart Card Alliance booth #26148 will feature “FIPS 201 – Coming to Life,” an end-to-end dual-interface FIPS 201 PIV card demonstration. For more information, visit www.smartcardalliance.org.
Cernium Corp. will demonstrate Perceptrak in Booth # 9057. The company announced the launch of its next-generation Perceptrak software, which seamlessly integrates with leading video management systems to provide full-spectrum, intelligent video analytics capabilities to enterprise-class IP video surveillance installations. Milestone Systems’ XProtect™ Enterprise video management software is the first in a planned series of world-class video management systems to be fully integrated with the new Perceptrak application. For more information, visit www.cernium.com.
At ISC West, Zarlink, Booth #4126, will be demonstrating its new, ultra-compact, video IP surveillance (VIPS) modules, improving performance and reducing installation and expansion costs of video surveillance systems, while also paving the way to fully IP-based security networks. Zarlink, a well-established optical supplier to telecom, data center and military customers, is entering the video surveillance market with these new products. For more information, visit www.zarlink.com.
JVC Professional Products Company, booth #4087, invites you to check out its new IP pan tilt zoom VN-V686U camera. Live presentations of the new VN-V686U will demonstrate the fast/slow panning. Imagine a camera head spinning at 400 degrees per second that stops on a dime and then continues at .004 degrees per second with exact precision. And all this movement is silent because of the JVC direct drive motor technology. JVC’s Security Products national marketing manager, Geoff Anderson and Adrian Parvulescu, engineering manager, assistant, vice president of marketing will be available discuss JVC’s latest additions to its security product line. To schedule a booth appointment, contact Candace Vadnais at firstname.lastname@example.org or 973-812-8883, ext. 430.
ISC West Exhibitors to Showcase New Products
Laura Stepanek is an SDM contributing writer. Laura was the Editor of SDM from 2001-2020 and first joined the publication in 1984. She holds a bachelor’s degree in English from Barat College of DePaul University.
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